More and more Romanians dream of buying a new car, and the Rabla Plus and Rabla Clasic programs have done a very good job in encouraging such investments in cars. Unfortunately, the budgets behind government initiatives are limited and you have to be very careful not to miss the opportunity.
Through the Rabla Plus and Rabla Clasic programs, willing Romanians can exchange an old car for a voucher. The value of the received voucher varies depending on the type of vehicle you are considering for purchase. In addition, in 2023, you can even use two vouchers to reduce the price paid for a new car. The biggest advantage comes as a package through the Rabla Plus program, which encourages the purchase of electric plug-in hybrids with discounts of up to 10,000 euros based on the voucher.
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New session Rabla Plus 2023, officially confirmed
At the beginning of this week, the Minister of the Environment, Mircea Fechet, confirmed the restart of the Rabla Plus program on November 23, Thursday. At that time, exclusively for individuals, AFM will open a new session designed to facilitate the purchase of electric and plug-in hybrids.
“Starting from Thursday, through the AFM, we will open a new session for Rabla Plus for electric and plug-in hybrid cars, for individuals because we have amounts of money left as a result of the running of this program”, declared Mircea Fechet , in a press conference.
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Rabla Plus 2023, the last edition of this year
The new session of Rabla Plus, which will start on Thursday for individuals, has a budget of 72.6 million lei, as confirmed by the Minister of the Environment. From that money, 1,500 electric cars can be financed, and the beneficiaries will be able to receive vouchers worth up to 10,000 euros.
For context, Rabla Clasic and Rabla Plus are some of the best programs of the Romanian authorities. The rear initiative, started in 2016, was reflected in the ease of purchase for only 39 cars. At the moment, for the current year, we are talking about 36,000 registered vehicles.